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[Photograph: Erin Meister]

North Carolinians are pretty serious about unadulterated barbecue—maybe especially when it comes to making sandwiches out of it. The smoked turkey on Texas toast ($6.50) from The Q Shack is exactly what it sounds like: a deliciously simple meat-and-bread combo, ready for a slathering of one of the Shack's two housemade sauces (the potent vinegar-based garlic and chili or slightly sweet tomato with a nice snap of chipotle). The super moist hickory- and mesquite-smoked turkey practically disintegrates in your mouth, but you can tenuously hold it together by squeezing the perfect, pillowy white bread.

Who needs lettuce and tomato? Especially when there's a side of hushpuppies to shovel into your maw instead. That counts as a vegetable, right?

The Q Shack

2510 University Drive, Durham NC 27707 (map)
919-402-4227
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